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Justin Hoyte is a defender playing for Middlesbrough. Having played most of his career at right back, Justin showed his versatility by filling in at left back and on occasion right midfield under former manager Gordon Strachan. In 2007 Justin was part of the England U21 side that lost on penalties to the Netherlands in the semi-final of the UEFA tournament. Justin came up through the Arsenal ranks and moved to Middlesbrough to fill the void left by the departing Luke Young. The Londoner scored his first Boro goal during a 2-1 defeat at Barnsley in December 2009. However, Justin found himself in and out of the side over the 2010-11 season.
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